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Old 09-11-2006, 06:33 PM   #1
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Default Search For The Cure - Cancer Rising

Seattle’s most outspoken hip hop group Cancer Rising drops their Search For The Cure album on Mad Passion Entertainment and takes the scene by storm. With rocked out funk beats by DJ Tiles One and powerful frantic lyrics by Judas and Gatsby, Cancer Rising makes an original fresh sound that is fit to bump anywhere on the map in any situation. Provoking fists to rise and bodies to move, not only can Judas and Gatsby make you wyle out in your seat or standing up they can get really personable as well with cuts like “Mamas Ashes” and “Time and Place”. At an almost too short length of 48 minutes, Search For The Cure is a beautiful blend of hard rock grooves and the art of modern hip hop. Entertaining from front to back with anthems like “Stand Up”, “Run” and other joints with developed creative production. I suggest you go get Cancer Rising’s Search For The Cure, put some cash in the homies pockets, open your ears and enjoy the journey.

Pocket Check5/5 great introduction to the overall feel of the album
Dedicated5/5 one of those faded appreciation tracks to the peoples
Stand Up5/5 intelligible lyrics and a beat to move a crowd
Rawkstar5/5 catchy as hell, two step to this!

Hear This5/5 this hook will destroy yours

Run5/5 damn good track play hifi : download
Full Throttle4/5 melody and cadence just take the album down a notch
Scenery4/5 relax son
Play It Again4/5 Chill track, jazzy beat graceful lyrics
Grace & A Pen4/5 positive energy for the writing artist
Search For The Cure3.5/5 heartful, but not as strongly steered

Time & Place5/5 personal, strong, hopeful
Mama’s Ashes5/5 great wrap up, beautiful

59.5/65

Overall – 4.2/5

Bringing out the rock pulse, the club pulse, and the hearts pulse in everybody; Search For The Cure is damn close to being solid classic music, I just felt like it ended shortly which of course though makes great for replay value. Well worth the money, and well worth the listening time.

-Montag Faber
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Old 12-10-2006, 10:54 AM   #2
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Search For The Cure - Cancer Rising
Seattle’s most outspoken hip hop group Cancer Rising drops their Search For The Cure album on Mad Passion Entertainment and takes the scene by storm. With rocked out funk beats by DJ Tiles One and powerful frantic lyrics by Judas and Gatsby, Cancer Rising makes an original fresh sound that is fit to bump anywhere on the map in any situation. Provoking fists to rise and bodies to move, not only can Judas and Gatsby make you wyle out in your seat or standing up they can get really personable as well with cuts like “Mamas Ashes” and “Time and Place”. At an almost too short length of 48 minutes, Search For The Cure is a beautiful blend of hard rock grooves and the art of modern hip hop. Entertaining from front to back with anthems like “Stand Up”, “Run” and other joints with developed creative production. I suggest you go get Cancer Rising’s Search For The Cure, put some cash in the homies pockets, open your ears and enjoy the journey.

Pocket Check5/5 great introduction to the overall feel of the album
Dedicated5/5 one of those faded appreciation tracks to the peoples
Stand Up5/5 intelligible lyrics and a beat to move a crowd
Rawkstar5/5 catchy as hell, two step to this!

Hear This5/5 this hook will destroy yours

Run5/5 damn good track play hifi : download
Full Throttle4/5 melody and cadence just take the album down a notch
Scenery4/5 relax son
Play It Again4/5 Chill track, jazzy beat graceful lyrics
Grace & A Pen4/5 positive energy for the writing artist
Search For The Cure3.5/5 heartful, but not as strongly steered

Time & Place5/5 personal, strong, hopeful
Mama’s Ashes5/5 great wrap up, beautiful

59.5/65

Overall – 4.2/5

Bringing out the rock pulse, the club pulse, and the hearts pulse in everybody; Search For The Cure is damn close to being solid classic music, I just felt like it ended shortly which of course though makes great for replay value. Well worth the money, and well worth the listening time.

-Montag Faber

Cancer Rising’s Search For The Cure is available for purchase and preview at CDbaby.com
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Old 01-25-2007, 09:04 PM   #3
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Old 02-08-2007, 02:10 PM   #4
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hell yah rep the 206!!!!!!!!!!! but seriously if u guys like this ablum u have to see them live. they put on one of the sickest live shows in sea town.
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